Charles Schack planned to stay in East Aurora on July 17. The American Legion Department of New York State was hosting its annual convention in Albany that day, but it coincided with a visit from his out-of-town daughter and grandchildren.
Joseph DePlato was officially sworn in as an Elma police officer last week and started his work as the Iroquois Central School District resource officer at the start of the school year.
Kaitlin Hawayek, a 17-year-old East Aurora native, and her partner Jean-Luc Baker of Edmonds, Wash., won the gold medal in ice dance at the ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria, on Friday, March 14.
The Marilla United Methodist Church, located at 1910 Two Rod Road, celebrated its 160th anniversary this past Sunday with a special service.
The third annual Taste of East Aurora, featuring numerous restaurants with ties to the greater East Aurora community, will be held Saturday, Sept. 13 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. on East Aurora's Main Street from Olean Road to Riley/Elm streets.
The Town of Aurora has taken another step forward in the process of switching the town's two dozen water districts over to direct service from the Erie County Water Authority.
The Youth Faith Formation team at Annunciation Church—located at 7580 Clinton St. in Elma—will host an open house and concert from 5-9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 12.
Girl Scouts of Western New York recently announced that Elma resident Morgan Paladino has received the Gold Award, the highest award available in Girl Scouting. She was recognized earlier this month with 45 other scouts during a ceremony at Samuel's Grande Manor in Williamsville.
An old adage insists that lightning doesn’t strike twice in the same place. That certainly wasn’t the case in Amherst last weekend as two bursts of lightning—one courtesy of Mother Nature and the other caused by the Blue Devils offense—both struck in the north end of Dimp Wagner Field on successive nights.